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    Polishing Yamaha Drums with Lacquer finish

    Hi everyone,

    I just bought Meguiar's Mirror Glaze #9, #7, and #26 for my drums.

    They are a Lacquer finish and were done as a 9 step process at the Yamaha factory in 1997.

    They are in excellent shape overall, just want to remove some hairline scratches and shine them up as best as I can.

    I took all the hardware off, and I going to clean/polish each drum shell by hand.

    Just making sure I should do the #26 High-Tech Yellow.

    I saw another post on here regarding the topic but it just mentioned using #9 and #7.

    Should I top them off with wax?

    I also bought the Meguiar's Hot Rims Chrome Polish to do the hardware.

    Thanks so much for any info!

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    Re: Polishing Yamaha Drums with Lacquer finish

    Dont see why not.
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